Use Your Team's Input To Increase Your Bottom Line
Your marketing efforts are bringing more business in the door. Your gross revenue has increased significantly in the past year. But somehow, you don't think your people are performing at the level they could be. Or, maybe, you need them to increase their productivity level to keep up with your new business. How do you bump up productivity without making employees feel overworked and underappreciated?
Chances are, your hunch is trying to tell you something. There may be room for increased productivity with your existing employees; hiring more talent isn't always the answer. QuickSilver Consulting, a Dallas based management consulting firm, maintains that when you use a management model that values employees and aligns efforts, you will:
· Achieve performance targets
· Improve personal value of employees
· Accelerate business growth
The key is to use a system where employees identify efforts to accelerate and efforts to abandon. The idea is for your employees to work with you to make decisions that impact the firm's bottom line. Who better to help improve efficiencies in your firm than those who are doing the work?
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